Roving Reporter | "To Market, To Market: Fulton Market Days" by Jeanette Larson

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A steady stream of people entered a gated area on Fulton Beach Road to enjoy Fulton Market Days. Although the location allowed for over 100 vendors in 128 booths and most visitors appreciated the variety found in the booths, some visitors complained about the tightness of the area and lack of parking.

In addition to moving temporarily to 114 Fulton Beach Road, Fulton Market Days is now open on both Saturday and Sunday. Because of the need for added security for the vendors, a $1 admission fee is now charged (or visitors could bring a canned good for a food drive). The owner stated that he expects the event to move back to the Paws & Taws area in September and would like to continue the two-day format. Fulton Market Days are held on the fourth Saturday of each month.

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Jeanette Larson is a retired librarian and author. She and her husband, retired architect and artist Jim Larson, moved to Rockport several years ago for the birds, the beach, and the coastal community.

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